Head to head: Is underdiagnosis the main pitfall when diagnosing bipolar disorder? Yes
Daniel Smith and Nassir Ghaemi believe that many people with bipolar disorder remain undiagnosed, but Mark Zimmerman (doi:10.1136/bmj.c855) argues that overdiagnosis is the bigger problem
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